In the comic book world, Avon Comics published White Chief of the Pawnee Indians, based on Major Lillie/Pawnee Bill. Beyond the name and the long hair and mustache, that's probably where the resemblance ends.
The comic book features a three-chapter story. The introduction to Chapter One tells us:
Pawnee Bill: A major in the U.S. Cavalry, hunter, miner and scout, he respected and was respected by the Indians! As white chieftain of the Pawnee tribe, this man lived the legends that grew up around his colorful exploits! He typified the Old West, and is best remembered for his part in the --- "Fight for Oklahoma"
And the intro to Chapter Two:
Pawnee Bill has turned the knife of Gray Wolf aside, and has won victory, where before there was only defeat! But, Gray Wolf will not forget, and between this renegade Pawnee chief, and Pawnee Bill's deadly enemies, the Daltons, he will one day taste the full bitter sting of. --- "Gray Wolf's Revenge" --- !
Which brings us to the final chapter:
The Daltons have failed to kill Pawnee Bill, but they must try again and succeed, or lose Oklahoma's rich grazing lands for their employers, the powerful cattlemen! And as fire -- destruction -- and death sweep the range, Pawnee Bill and his friends fight the nightmarish terror created by --- "The Nightriders"
Phew! Can't get much more Wild West than that.
Also included in this issue is "Prisoners," an action-packed story featuring "the frontier's most famous scout," who also happens to be a well-endowed, raven-haired beauty.